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*2009
40EEAntonín Komenda, Jirí Vokrínek, Michal Pechoucek, Gerhard Wickler, Jeff Dalton, Austin Tate: Distributed planning and coordination in non-deterministic environments. AAMAS (2) 2009: 1401-1402
2007
39EEGerhard Wickler, Stephen Potter, Austin Tate, Michal Piechouicek, Eduard Semsch: Planning and Choosing: Augmenting HTN-Based Agents with Mental Attitudes. IAT 2007: 222-228
2006
38EEAustin Tate: The Helpful Environment: Distributed Agents and Services Which Cooperate. CIA 2006: 23-32
37EEAustin Tate: The "Helpful Environment": Geographically Dispersed Intelligent Agents That Collaborate. IEEE Intelligent Systems 21(3): 57-61 (2006)
2005
36EEClauirton de Siebra, Austin Tate: Integrating Collaboration and Activity-Oriented Planning for Coalition Operations Support. RoboCup 2005: 561-568
35EEKevin R. Page, Danius T. Michaelides, David De Roure, Nigel R. Shadbolt, Yun-Heh Chen-Burger, Jeff Dalton, Stephen Potter, Austin Tate, Simon Buckingham Shum, Marc Eisenstadt, Michelle Bachler, Jirí Komzák: Collaboration in the Semantic Grid: A Basis for E-Learning. Applied Artificial Intelligence 19(9-10): 881-904 (2005)
34EEDoug Dyer, Steve Cross, Craig A. Knoblock, Steven Minton, Austin Tate: Guest Editors' Introduction: Planning with Templates. IEEE Intelligent Systems 20(2): 13-15 (2005)
33EEAlexander Nareyek, Eugene C. Freuder, Robert Fourer, Enrico Giunchiglia, Robert P. Goldman, Henry A. Kautz, Jussi Rintanen, Austin Tate: Constraints and AI Planning. IEEE Intelligent Systems 20(2): 62-72 (2005)
2004
32 Austin Tate, Jeff Dalton, Clauirton de Siebra, J. Stuart Aitken, Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Andrzej Uszok: Intelligent Agents for Coalition Search and Rescue Task Support. AAAI 2004: 1038-1039
31EEYun-Heh Chen-Burger, Kit-ying Hui, Alun D. Preece, Peter M. D. Gray, Austin Tate: Supporting Collaboration Through Semantic-Based Workflow and Constraint Solving. EKAW 2004: 487-488
30EENatasha Queiroz Lino, Austin Tate: A Visualisation Approach for Collaborative Planning Systems Based on Ontologies. IV 2004: 807-811
29EEAndrzej Uszok, Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Renia Jeffers, Austin Tate, Jeff Dalton: Applying KAoS Services to Ensure Policy Compliance for Semantic Web Services Workflow Composition and Enactment. International Semantic Web Conference 2004: 425-440
28EEAndrzej Uszok, Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Matt Johnson, Renia Jeffers, Austin Tate, Jeff Dalton, J. Stuart Aitken: KAoS Policy Management for Semantic Web Services. IEEE Intelligent Systems 19(4): 32-41 (2004)
2003
27EEAustin Tate: Coalition Task Support Using I-X and <I-N-C-A>. CEEMAS 2003: 7-16
26 Austin Tate, Jeff Dalton, John Levine, Alex Nixon: Task-Achieving Agents on the World Wide Web. Spinning the Semantic Web 2003: 431-458
2002
25EEAustin Tate, Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Michal Pechoucek: Guest Editors' Introduction: Knowledge Systems for Coalition Operations. IEEE Intelligent Systems 17(3): 14-16 (2002)
24EEDavid N. Allsopp, Patrick Beautement, Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Edmund H. Durfee, Michael Kirton, Craig A. Knoblock, Niranjan Suri, Austin Tate, Craig W. Thompson: Coalition Agents Experiment: Multiagent Cooperation in International Coalitions. IEEE Intelligent Systems 17(3): 26-35 (2002)
2001
23EEAustin Tate: I-X and <I-N-CA>: an architecture and related ontology for mixed-initiative synthesis tasks. PuK 2001
2000
22 Austin Tate, Jeff Dalton, John Levine: O-Plan: A Web-Based AI Planning Agent. AAAI/IAAI 2000: 1131-1132
21 Austin Tate, John Levine, Peter Jarvis, Jeff Dalton: Using AI Planning Technology for Army Small Unit Operations. AIPS 2000: 379-386
20EEJohn Levine, Austin Tate, Jeff Dalton: O-P3: Supporting the Planning Process using Open Planning Process Panels. IEEE Intelligent Systems 15(5): 56-62 (2000)
1998
19 Austin Tate, Jeff Dalton, John Levine: Generation of Multiple Qualitatively Different Plan Options. AIPS 1998: 27-35
18EEAnn Macintosh, Ian Filby, Austin Tate: Knowledge Asset Road Maps. PAKM 1998
1996
17 John Kingston, Nigel Shadbolt, Austin Tate: CommonKADS Models for Knowledge-Based Planning. AAAI/IAAI, Vol. 1 1996: 477-482
16 Austin Tate: Representing Plans as a Set of Constraints - the <I-N-OVA> Model. AIPS 1996: 221-228
1995
15 Austin Tate: Don't Leave Your Plan on the Shelf. ACM Comput. Surv. 27(3): 351-352 (1995)
14EEAustin Tate: Integrating constraint management into an AI planner. AI in Engineering 9(3): 221-228 (1995)
13 Austin Tate: Characterising Plans as a Set of Constraints - the <I-N-OVA>Model - A Framework for Comparative Analysis. SIGART Bulletin 6(1): 26-32 (1995)
1994
12 Austin Tate, Brian Drabble, Jeff Dalton: The Use of Condition Types to Restrict Search in an AI Planner. AAAI 1994: 1129-1134
11 Glen A. Reece, Austin Tate: Synthesizing Protection Monitors from Causal Structure. AIPS 1994: 146-151
10 Brian Drabble, Austin Tate: The Use of Optimistic and Pessimistic Resource Profiles to Inform Search in an Activity Based Planner. AIPS 1994: 243-248
9 Carla P. Gomes, Austin Tate, Lyn Thomas: A Distributed Scheduling Framework. ICTAI 1994: 49-55
1993
8 Austin Tate: Putting knowledge rich plan representations to use. Machine Intelligence 14 1993: 91-112
1991
7 Ken Currie, Austin Tate: O-Plan: The open Planning Architecture. Artif. Intell. 52(1): 49-86 (1991)
1990
6 B. Crabtree, N. Pirie, Richard S. Crouch, Stephen G. Pulman, D. C. Moffat, Graeme D. Ritchie, Austin Tate: Interacting with an intelligent planning system using English sentences. Expert Planning Systems 1990: 169-174
5 Ken Currie, Austin Tate: Using domain knowledge to restrict search in an AI planner. Expert Planning Systems 1990: 186-190
4 James A. Hendler, Austin Tate, Mark Drummond: AI Planning: Systems and Techniques. AI Magazine 11(2): 61-77 (1990)
1982
3 Anthony I. Hinxman, Austin Tate: Parsing an Extension to CODASYL FORTRAN DML. Softw., Pract. Exper. 12(3): 205-209 (1982)
1977
2 Austin Tate: Generating Project Networks. IJCAI 1977: 888-893
1975
1 Austin Tate: Interacting Goals And Their Use. IJCAI 1975: 215-218

Coauthor Index

1J. Stuart Aitken [28] [32]
2David N. Allsopp [24]
3Michelle Bachler [35]
4Patrick Beautement [24]
5Jeffrey M. Bradshaw (Jeffrey Bradshaw) [24] [25] [28] [29] [32]
6Yun-Heh Chen-Burger [31] [35]
7B. Crabtree [6]
8Steve Cross [34]
9Richard S. Crouch [6]
10Ken Currie [5] [7]
11Jeff Dalton [12] [19] [20] [21] [22] [26] [28] [29] [32] [35] [40]
12Brian Drabble [10] [12]
13Mark Drummond [4]
14Edmund H. Durfee [24]
15Doug Dyer [34]
16Marc Eisenstadt [35]
17Ian Filby [18]
18Robert Fourer [33]
19Eugene C. Freuder [33]
20Enrico Giunchiglia [33]
21Robert P. Goldman [33]
22Carla P. Gomes [9]
23Peter M. D. Gray [31]
24James A. Hendler (Jim Hendler) [4]
25Anthony I. Hinxman [3]
26Kit-ying Hui [31]
27Peter Jarvis [21]
28Renia Jeffers [28] [29]
29Matt Johnson (Matthew Johnson) [28]
30Henry A. Kautz [33]
31John Kingston [17]
32Michael Kirton [24]
33Craig A. Knoblock [24] [34]
34Antonín Komenda [40]
35Jirí Komzák [35]
36John Levine [19] [20] [21] [22] [26]
37Natasha Queiroz Lino [30]
38Ann Macintosh [18]
39Danius T. Michaelides [35]
40Steven Minton [34]
41D. C. Moffat [6]
42Alexander Nareyek [33]
43Alex Nixon [26]
44Kevin R. Page [35]
45Michal Pechoucek [25] [40]
46Michal Piechouicek [39]
47N. Pirie [6]
48Stephen Potter [35] [39]
49Alun D. Preece [31]
50Stephen G. Pulman [6]
51Glen A. Reece [11]
52Jussi Rintanen [33]
53Graeme D. Ritchie [6]
54David De Roure [35]
55Eduard Semsch [39]
56Nigel Shadbolt (Nigel R. Shadbolt) [17] [35]
57Simon Buckingham Shum [35]
58Clauirton de Siebra [32] [36]
59Niranjan Suri [24]
60Lyn Thomas [9]
61Craig W. Thompson [24]
62Andrzej Uszok [28] [29] [32]
63Jirí Vokrínek [40]
64Gerhard Wickler [39] [40]

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